FIRST LEAK: FISA Memo Officially POINTS at Comey, McCabe & Rod Rosenstein

In a report by the Daily Beast it is said that the Former FBI Director James Comey, bureau Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein are in an absolutely frightening article.

A memo that is rather controversial and made by Republicans, is alleging surveillance abuse specifically names FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. These two people are being accused along with former FBI Director James Comey.

Memo’s release is only a matter of time, says the Capitol Hill sources on both sides of the aisle. All of the officials will face incredibly more criticism once this memo comes out.

A lot of people from the Republican party, including President Donald Trump himself, had spent a couple of months attacking Andrew McCabe and Director Comey. While all of this happened, the special counsel Robert Mueller has been investigating Team Trump’s connections to the Kremlin.

The representative Chris Collins, actually a Republican coming from New York, has told The Daily Beast that Nunes has told Republicans his staff spent months putting the memo together.

Amid all of the Sessions, The Justice Department is calling on House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes to allow the FBI to review the memo to ensure its release will not harm national security, all of this has been reported by The Daily Beast.

However, The Department of Justice has a request that is both logical and prudent. But, once someone comes into possession of the memo, it is very likely that many information will end up public. Many officials using the Christopher Steele dossier to obtain FISA spy warrants, the same that officials will do. There will be a fierce PR campaign against it and the Republican lawmakers who demand the memo to be released.

The first leak is confirmation of what Republican lawmakers have been hinting to the press for over a week.

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